A new counted cross stitch pattern at Stitchersland – Red Gladiolus. We have two Gladiolus patterns at the shop now – Red and Blue. Which one do you prefer?
You can never hav too many flowers, am I right? New counted cross stitch pattern at Stitchersland – blue Gladiolus.
I’ve received a few questions about our counted cross stitch patterns lately, so I thought I’d answer those questions here to make it clear to everyone what is contained in our Pdf that you receive after purchasing such a pattern. Firstly, there is some information about the chart specification as stitch count, finished size when sewn on 14-count Aida or 28-count even weave, and stitches used (whole cross stitch, half cross-stitch, back stitch lines, french knots etc.) Secondly, the PDF includes a full-colour chart with symbols and backstitch, a full-colour chart with symbols without backstitch, a black-and-white chart with symbols and backstitch, a black-and-white chart with symbols without backstitch and a key for DMC stranded thread as in the photos below.
Our Angelfish cross stitch patterns are very popular, so we can show you two completed projects: Bellus Angelfish stitched by Olga and Bicolor Angelfish stitched by Laima. Thank you, girls, for sharing your projects with us 🙂
A new pattern is created for our Etsy StitchersLand shop: The Lighthouse of Tévennec – one of the most haunted places in France. There are some scared legends connected to the lighthouse, you can read one of them here: https://www.astonishinglegends.com/astonishing-legends/2017/10/2/the-lighthouse-of-tvennec
Our designer imagines the lighthouse this way:
To be continued!
At the end of this week we will put one more cross stitch Fish pattern in our StitchersLand Etsy shop, and for now the beautiful finished Freshwater Angelfish picture. Thank you, Phiodor, for this very neat stitchind and matching frame.
One of our spring first flowers – Scilla is ready. Thank you, Marika, for sharing your stitiching with us!
We are glad to show you two finished Waxwings pictures, that our customer Anna shared with us. Thank you, Anna, for this beautiful stitching! This is the same pattern for both pictures and we can see how natural light affects shades of canvas colours.
Some more pictures on Polar Owl pattern creating process.
We continue to create cross stitch patterns for the Dog series, and the next one is Fawn Labrador. These are dogs with friendly personalities and a sense of fun. Many people convinced that their Labrador has a sense of humour. Some Labradors are highly playful, and not just as puppies. Of course, temperament, abilities and general personality may vary somewhat from individual to individual, but, all these dogs are social and affectionate, that makes them one of the most loved dog breeds.